Stingers Fall to Rox in Game Two

WILLMAR, Minn. – The Stingers fell in game two Tuesday night, 20-3.

In the second inning, Tyler Reichenborn (Iowa Western) came up with Alex Reyes (New Mexico State) on second base. Reichenborn pulled the ball into left field to give the Stingers their first run of the day.

In addition, they plated two runs in the third inning when Nolan Bumstead (CS-Northridge) and Danny Rodriguez (Bethune-Cookman) drove in runs in back-to-back at bats.

Anthony Garza (Missouri S&T) pitched the eighth and the ninth innings, holding the Rox scoreless, facing only seven batters.

Marcus Still (New Mexico State) had two singles at the plate. He finished the day 2-for-3 with one run scored. 

He also made a diving catch in the second inning to hold the Rox to only two runs in the inning.

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It was Garza's season debut in his second year as a Stinger.

The Stingers have an off day tomorrow before beginning a two-game series against the Waterloo Bucks Thursday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m. and Nick Lackney (Minnesota) is expected to start for Willmar.

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